Yes, you can use the old antenna. However, some new antennas are specially designed to better capture digital TV signals. And the direction, angle, distance, and type of digital signals in your area could influence your choice of antenna. HDTV is a picture format, not a signal format. Most likely a TV with an HDTV picture format already has a digital tuner (ATSC) rather than only an analog tuner (NTSC). However, if it is just a monitor, then you may have to attach a tuner to it, or attach a tuner to your computer, and the computer to the monitor.
Actually, there is no such thing as an "HDTV" tuner. There are analog and digital tuners. All HDTV is digital, but not all digital is going to be HDTV. In Feb 2009 the U.S. Government has mandated that all broadcasters will cease transmitting in analog format and begin transmitting their signals over the air in digital format only. This signal requires an ATSC type tuner (digital) to demodulate the digital signal and display it on your television screen. All TVs manufactured for use in the U.S. from 1 Jan 2006 must have an ATSC tuner. Older TVs with the older style NTSC tuner (analog) will require a converter box to demodulate the digital signals.
More information about the upcoming changes to TV transmissions can be found here:
You would need a box with a digital tuner built into it. Samsung used to make one that was sold at Best Buy a few years ago that retailed for $180. They no longer make it since all TV's now have that digital tuner built in. If you can get your hands on one of those tuners you will need an HDMI cable and possibly a stronger antenna. Other than that there isn't a way to do it.
The " downstream " O2 sensor is in the exhaust AFTER the catalytic converter It is also called a catalyst monitor because it is used to monitor the performance of the catalytic converter
The second oxygen sensor is now used downstream of the catalytic converter to monitor converter operating efficiency.
how do i remove the red screen from my monitor that my grandson put on my computer monitor and go back to the standard Blue screen
The VGA BOX PC Monitor LCD AV Input Convertor Selector would be the best converter box to play your old Nintentond on a PC monitor.
If you run the antenna under test in the receiving mode, then while it is rotated, you'll monitor signals received by the antenna under test. If you run the antenna under test in the transmit mode, then while you rotate it, you'll monitor signals received by a different antenna on the test range. Either way, the varying signal must be monitored at the receiving end of the link. It's a lot more convenient, and a simpler configuration, to have the signal monitor and the rotation/excitation controls for the antenna under test in the same place, in order to react appropriately to any funny things noted during the test run.
The difference is resolution. at Normal TV has a resolution of 480. a PC monitor can go way higher than 480. Probably around 1440 or more. But that's the difference. A higher Pixel count. Probably a different Refresh rate too. Technically, a television has tuners; a monitor does not. The monitor doesn't have a tuner it would need help in order to work with an antenna. The help would come in the form of an external digital tuner or a digital-to-analog converter.
That would be an oxygen sensor installed AFTER the catalytic converter ( also called a catalyst monitor )
The standard computer monitor stand is about 10 inches tall and has the potential to go as high as 24 inches tall. There is some variation but this is the standard.
A VGA box is a video converter that allows the display of common analog video standards on a VGA computer monitor.
Yes with the right wires
Yes, buy a Video to XVGA converter. $60s.
use a monitor pin to a TV pin converter cable
VGA is an older, analog monitor standard. It stands for video graphics array and it has a 15-pin connector
You will need a converter box. It isn't as simple as a cable to convert one to the other. There are many on the market, Google Component Video to VGA converter.
A standard 19" monitor is 1280x1024, a widescreen 19" monitor is 1440x900.This will depend on monitor brand and video card capabilities.
If your laptop has a TV out socket then just buy the relevant cable. If it doesn't, and it _does_ have a standard VGA monitor socket you can get a box that converts this to a format suitable for TV. Ebay for "VGA converter", they cost about $40.
Yes, it is very possible to connect your PS3 to a computer monitor. To do this you will need to purchase a converter cable from PS3 to monitor input and use this to connect your PS3. The only drawback to this is your PS3 will not be outputting in HD, only SD.
There is no standard measure. The monitor that I am using now is 71 cm long. Also, like TV screens, the size of a monitor is the length of its diagonal.
Yes, what you need is a component to VGA converter. It'll run you about $100.
From what I understand , the oxygen sensor ( s ) upstream of the catalytic converter is used in the control of the air / fuel ratio . The oxygen sensor downstream of the catalytic converter is called a catalyst monitor and monitors the efficiency of the catalytic converter